Category: A Paper Trail
Do people still use pencils? Well I certainly do, and the best, my favourite, the cream of the crop, is the wonderful Mitsubishi Hi-Uni Pencil. It is available in at least 15 different lead grades, is solid and reliable. I was introduced to it by a most wonderful friend of mine, the late architect, artist and professor Cyrus Jhabvala.…
Acid Free Paper – What does it mean?
I am really proud to say that today I have a special guest blog from Lorraine Finch who is an accredited conservator specialising in the conservation and preservation of film, sound and photographs. She has 22 years conservation experience working in museums, libraries, archives and with individuals. She owns and runs LF Conservation and Preservation. In a…
Shepherds (who have branches on Gillingham Street and Curzon Street as well as Rochester Row) make the most attractive and best value diaries on the market in London. They come in two sizes and each diary is covered in lovely hand made chiyogami paper and hand bound. At £24 and £30 a go, I think…